1. Khana Khazana Features Nepalese, Syrian, and Korean Cuisine
Khana Khazana will feature Nepalese, Syrian and Korean food, this Friday, Mar 7th. The cooks, Aadarsh Upreti will cook Nepalese Chicken Momo, a fried dumpling filled with spiced chicken and onion stuffing and served with pickled veggies; Roba Bdeir will present Basbouseh, a sweet Mediterranean cake made of cooked semolina, coconut and yogurt and then soaked in sugar syrup, topped off with almonds. We will also provide Korean kimchi soup, a spicy and sour Korean traditional soup made of vegetables with variety of seasonings.
We will start serving at 11:00 AM to 1:30 PM. The whole meal is $6.95 and $2.50 for one side. Khana Khazana is going to international food on Mar 7th at the Food Court, located in the Memorial Union Building (MUB) from 11:00 AM- 1:30PM.
Please join us to support our international cooks and enjoy a great meal!
We will serve food for both vegetarians and non-vegetarians.
2. Two Student Awards Nominations Closing
Two of the Student Leadership Awards, Presidents Award for Leadership and the Vice President Award for Service, will close today, Friday, March 7 at 5:00 pm. Nominees of these awards have until March 21 at noon to submit their essay and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The other nine general awards as well as Alumni’s new award, Outstanding Future Alumni Award will close at noon on Friday, March 21.
To make a nomination please go to the awards website.
For more information please contact Student Activities at 487-1963.
3. Percy Julian Award Closing
Today, Friday, March 7 by 5:00 pm is the deadline to submit nominations for the Percy Julian Award. Nominees should display outstanding leadership accomplishments which promote diversity, social equity, or racial/ethnic and cultural understanding at Michigan Tech.
To make a nomination please go to the website.
For more information please contact the Center for Diversity and Inclusion at 906-487-2920.
4. Spring Break Hours at the SDC
5. March Events at the Rosza Center
Please visit the Rozsa Center for the Performing Arts website to see more information on the upcoming events.
6. 6th Annual Celebrate the UP
On March 21-22 the Upper Peninsula Environmental Coalition will hold its sixth annual Celebrate the UP at the Jutila Center in Hancock . The event is free and open to the public.
For more information please visit the website.
7. City of Houghton Winter Water Recommendations for Off Campus Renters
from the City of Houghton
For the Off Campus Michigan Tech students who will be leaving on break at the end of this week, the City of Houghton recommends the following to prevent frozen water pipes:
1. Leave the water running in the house/apartment at the least the size of a pencil. Leave a note or sign letting others know to leave the water running. Please email email@example.com if you are letting the water run so that she can provide a credit on the water account in the spring. All credits are based on city policy and previous consumption.
2. Let your landlord know that you are leaving town so that they can make arrangements to have someone check on the water situation daily.
3. The city recommends that you do not turn your furnace down lower than 65 degrees.
4. If water is running slow, it may be starting to freeze, please turn on all of the faucets fully until the water runs normally and then keep one faucet running at all times. Again, please let the city know that the water will be left running.
5. If the water in the house freezes, please contact a local plumber to thaw the pipes. There are several local plumbers/contractors that have the equipment to do so. Contact the city office at 482-1700 for a current list.
6. Local plumbers and contractors can be contacted to set up a phone monitoring system to monitor heat and water situations in the house when it is vacant.